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May 13th, 2004
11:32 pm


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Bill had pointed out repeatedly that the tables on my web page tended to behave oddly, I felt the need to update the technology demonstrated on the front page, and I wanted it to look more like a personal page and less like a personal ad. So I pulled up the poem I wrote ages ago that used to live in my .plan at Grinnell and included a picture from last year's hike in Arizona. I pushed nearly all content to the index of the /me section and hopefully didn't lose any info or break any links. Also inspired by Rikhei's list of books she's read, I started a list of books I've read recently. Ideally I'll maintain it into the future. :)

Anyway, check it out and let me know what you think.

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Date:May 14th, 2004 05:43 am (UTC)
Very pretty front page!
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Date:May 14th, 2004 07:51 am (UTC)
Very tasteful. I personally like a website to be as flattened as possible (the fewer clicks to the destination, the better), by including a link to almost everything, or at least every major section, on the very first page. But you've done that on your first sub-page, and it allows the intro page to be attractively clean.

It's probably good that you took your mini-resume off of your main page, since I would doubt that many prospective employers would look at personal web pages. I might be wrong.
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Date:May 18th, 2004 02:50 pm (UTC)
It's nice to have that clean "splash page" with the content behind it. I'd put a link in the image that also goes to /me/. The second-page layout is nice and clean; I'd suggest changes, but they'd probably just clutter it up. I like the color scheme.

By the way, what did you think of Idlewild?
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